According to Business Insider, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team sent 14 criminal referrals to other prosecutors.
Only two of those cases have been made public, including a case against President Donald Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen.
The other case involves former White House counsel Gregory Craig, who served under President Barack Obama.
In his final report for the special counsel’s investigation, Mueller wrote that his office periodically identified evidence of potential criminal activity outside of their scope.
After consulting with the Deputy Attorney General’s office, they referred that evidence to the Justice Department and FBI.